"People have rules that call one thing failure and another success. I consider each experience a success because it's an opportunity to fulfill my destiny of health, wealth, and happiness. Those experiences that don't present prosperity right away are just other sources of information, telling me what symptom I have to treat, what behavior or attitude I have to change in order to manifest the prosperity that is waiting. If you give in to something that blocks devotion (such as doubt), you can block the very energy that is supporting your success.
Instead of retreating to a comfort zone that makes you feel safe but does not move you any closer to the abundance you seek, you can use your doubt to find out how to take the next step. The next step may be just the one that breaks you through to a level of abundance heretofore unknown." - John-Roger
This is the Master's Path. To continue on after disappointment or hurt.
I use to believe that I wasn't "spiritual" enough if I had doubt or anger or fear. I have come to believe that those "challenges" come up when I am close to breaking through.
The Master's path is to continue on. Take microscopic steps if you have to but keep moving toward your vision.
It takes courage and energy.
Take in the information and shift based on that...but keep moving.
Painting by John William Waterhouse-The Oracle